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Thread: JP's Barbeque Ribs & Chicken - Bolton Field (KTZR) Columbus, OH - June 1, 2019

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    JP's Barbeque Ribs & Chicken - Bolton Field (KTZR) Columbus, OH - June 1, 2019

    Fly into Bolton Field on Saturday June 1st and join us at JP's Barbeque Ribs and Chicken located on the field. Looks like they made a slight name change...JP's BBQ Restaurant and Party Facility on their facebook page. Restaurant opens at 12:00 noon. Arrive by 11:45am EDT. This is some great barbecue ribs and chicken so don't miss out.


    https://www.facebook.com/JPS-BBQ-Res...-257648007399/

    http://www.jpsbbq.com
    John Redmon
    East Central Regional Director
    '78 Sierra N18981
    KMQJ
    McCordsville, IN

    States visited with N18981
    & Boots on the Ground!
    (No fly overs or touch-n-goes)


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    John, weather permitting, I plan to be there by 11:45 on June 1. Here's a picture of last year's attendees.
    Brad

    Bolton Field June 2018.jpg

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    I have a wedding to go to that afternoon but I will try to attend both.


    Joe Kirby
    Sierra N9299S

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    Brad and Joe, looking forward to seeing you both. Anyone else planning on attending?
    John Redmon
    East Central Regional Director
    '78 Sierra N18981
    KMQJ
    McCordsville, IN

    States visited with N18981
    & Boots on the Ground!
    (No fly overs or touch-n-goes)


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    Another nice fly-in for ribs. Thank you John.


    Joe Kirby
    Sierra N9299S

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    Yes, it was a nice day to fly and chowing down on racks of ribs with fellow BACers made it an even better day. Thanks John for scheduling and thanks Brian, Joe, Natalie and Matt for flying into Columbus.
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    Dang, a missed opportunity. Didn't see this until after the fact. Recently relocated from Vero Beach FL to Georgetown OH--would have been a great flight and great chance to meet some super people. BBQ and BAC, it couldn't have been better.
    Gary Embrey
    Georgetown, Ohio
    1974 Sundowner N21KM

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    Thanks Brad for posting your pictures. Yes, it was a good day to fly. It has been a very wet rainy Spring here in the Midwest. We were fortunate to have a sunny dry day. We had (3) member aircraft on the field. Two Sundowners and one Sierra. A friend of Brad's joined us and flew up in his Cozy IV. Great food as always. Looking forward to next year.


    Pictured from left to right.Brian Rodgers, John Redmon, Matt Bunch, Natalie Kirby, Joe Kirby, and Brad Mitchell.

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    John Redmon
    East Central Regional Director
    '78 Sierra N18981
    KMQJ
    McCordsville, IN

    States visited with N18981
    & Boots on the Ground!
    (No fly overs or touch-n-goes)


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